The Future of Renewable Energy Development in Hawaii

EUCI's two-day event to support the goals of Hawaii's Clean Energy Initiative will help energy industry leaders discover important issues and strategies that need to be addressed in energy development. This event will take place December 12-13, 2011 in Honolulu, HI.

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Contact: Chanin Paul
EUCI
(720) 988-1247
(303) 741-0849
cpaul@euci.com

The Future of Renewable Energy Development in Hawaii

Honolulu, Hawaii, December 12-13, 2011 – EUCI's two-day event to support the goals of Hawaii's Clean Energy Initiative will help energy industry leaders discover important issues and strategies that need to be addressed in energy development. It will help them find realistic and practical solutions involving energy policy and legislative and regulatory efforts to attain clean energy goals.

Interactive participation with state legislators, representatives, legal, financial and development experts will lead this event. The sessions will include important energy topics such as policy, legislation, financing, military initiatives, ocean development, land acquisition and renewable energy grid integration. Experts include representatives from Hawaiian Electric Company (HECO), Sempra Generation, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, the US Pacific Command Energy Office, the Hawaii State Legislature, and the Public Utilities Commission.

The event will be held December 12-13, 2011 in Honolulu, HI at the Hyatt Regency.

For more information and to register for this event, please visit the EUCI website at www.euci.com or call (720) 988-1247.
EUCI has been a provider of continuing education opportunities to the energy and related industries for over 24 years. The company seeks to create a forum for the exchange of knowledge and ideas among energy industry professionals and others interested in the industry.


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